Roth Cornet

head of creative for Fandom and ScreenJunkies

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Critics review “Wolfwalkers,” an animated feature about a girl going to Ireland with her dad to wipe out the world’s last dangerous wolf pack, but then she befriends a native girl…

'The Prom’ is ‘absolutely tonedeaf in execution,’ says critic

Critics review “Wolfwalkers,” an animated feature about a girl going to Ireland with her dad to wipe out the world’s last dangerous wolf pack, but then she befriends a native girl…

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Critics review “Rebecca,” a reimagining of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 romantic thriller about a newly married woman who learns that her husband’s deceased first wife still plays a big…

‘Rebecca’ works as a soap opera ghost story for millennials, says critic

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Critics review “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” based on the Charles Dickens novel by the same name and stars Dev Patel; “Get Duked,” about four teens on a camping trip who…

‘Bill and Ted Face the Music’ is fun, sweet, and feels like seeing old friends, says critic

Critics review “The Personal History of David Copperfield,” based on the Charles Dickens novel by the same name and stars Dev Patel; “Get Duked,” about four teens on a camping trip who…

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